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Multimedia Analysis and Correlation Engine for Organised Crime Prevention and Investigation

Deliverables

Requirements and Use Cases

Report on the use cases as well as the end-user and system requirements that should be covered by the MAGNETO Platform

Dissemination Strategy and Plan v1.0

Comprehensive plan for the dissemination and communication actions of the project (updated each year)

Semantic Reasoning and Information Fusion Tools

Report specifying the design of the proposed semantic processing, reasoning and fusion tools

Multimedia Pre-processing, Indexing and Mining Tools

Report on the employment, setup, configuration and optimization of the preliminary fundamental system services and Big Data software framework for pre-processing, mining, indexing and annotation of multiple diverse data sources

Project Website, Leaflet and Factsheet

Design of the project factsheet and leaflet to be distributed in major events and exhibitions, development of the project web site to host all project related information, news and documents, and social media to communicate all project activities and progress

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Publications

"""Law for the Lawman: Coding fairness in police technology"""

Author(s): Thomas Marquenie, KU Leuven
Published in: 2018

The Identification and Creation of Ontologies for the use in Law Enforcement AI solutions – MAGNETO platform use case




"""Ontology Population Framework of MAGNETO for Instantiating Heterogeneous Forensic Data Modalities"""

Author(s): • Ernst-Josef Behmer, Fraunhofer IOSB, Karlsruhe, Germany, • Krishna Chandramouli, Venaka Media Limited, London, UK • Victor Garrido, Francisco J. Pérez, Universitat Politècnica de València, Valencia, Spain, • Dirk Mühlenberg, Dennis Müller, Wilmuth Müller, Dirk Pallmer, Fraunhofer IOSB, Karlsruhe, Germany, •Tomas Piatrik and Camilo Vargas, Queen Mary University of London, Lond
Published in: “Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations” Volume 559 of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology series, Springer, 2019

"""The suitability of Data Protection Directive 2016/680 as an information security standard for law enforcement"""

Author(s): Thomas Marquenie and Katherine Quezada, KU Leuven
Published in: 2019